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NBC
Dec 18, 2012 4:00am PST
a conversation or retain the sunday sermon you used to look forward to all week? how about being confused while driving- forgetting directions someone gave you, forgetting where you're going, or even worse... forgetting how to get home? imagine that? well if you're experiencing more than your share of mental confusion and frustration., then today's show is for you. medical science can correct many of the challenges of old age -from synthetic joints to improving mobility to prescription glasses to instantly correct age-related vision loss - but when our mind and memory begin to fail, many people wonder what can modern science do? is it even possible for an age-ravaged brain to be brought back to 'normal again?' today, we'll learn about an amazing technological breakthrough that may do for the brain what prescription glasses do for the eyes. it's a brain-boosting memory pill that may make tired, old brains feel young again. my guest today, is a gifted head and neck cancer surgeon, he's a phd of psychologist as well. he is an expert on the brain, and knows firsthand about this remarkable life-chan
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 4:30am PST
. they feel like toys. they're awkward to use and they just don't have the muscle that you need for fast, easy cutting. >> lou, really, you don't get it. the people at oregon have made a cordless saw that is totally different. they've taken the world's most advanced lithium ion batteries and combined them with real chainsaw components, the best components out there. they're completely blowing away conventional wisdom like yours-- and i use the term "wisdom" loosely. >> [scoffs] a battery is great... for a drill, joe, but for a chainsaw? i'm not convinced. >> batteries can run cars, for pete's sake. >> gasoline runs cars. >> o.k., it's time for our first test where i show lou just how wrong he is. >> yeah... let's just do this. >> yeah, let's do it. [♪...] ...we're here at the official tool talk outdoor test lab. >> a.k.a. barnyard. >> we're gonna see how the oregon powernow cordless saw matches up against a gas chainsaw in a test of readiness, 'cause one of the things you want in a chainsaw is that it's ready when you are. >> we're gonna make a half a dozen cuts on these limbs to simulate a
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 11:00am PST
of flannel pajamas. like you like that. kleenex in my pocket. are you into that? >> ooh. what's this? a used kleenex. >> that was my happiest scene in here. >> thank you guys so much for coming. "open house" is my favorite show. this is a dream come true for me to have you guys here. i watch every week. >> okay this is a dream for me. make sure you got that. this is a very jack spacious office here. >> it is. it's got a lot of things but it's also not cluttered. i think a lot of people steer wrong when they have way too many things in a space. even if it's this big, you should get rid of the clutter. >> less is more. >> every season since season one, alec has made a request to have a photoshop from. we buy images of say dominique strauss-kahn. it changes every year. there's a picture of obama where he's really distancing himself and it's very funny. >> let's hit jack's bar. >> all right. >> he won't mind. >> no. >> what a gorgeous view. >> isn't it though? cheers. >> this is nice. >> there's usually the stage and the band curtain. >> i was wondering how you created a set within a set. but th
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 12:35am PST
is to restore hair you've already lost. so at bosley we use everything available to us to hold the hair. medications, medical devices that can help and then at the same time surgical restoration. a combination treatment is very common in a lot of medical conditions. you use the medical side and the surgical side and of course the medical side, propecia, monoxodil, laser combs. those are very helpful in conjunction with moving more hair into the area so you can improve your appearance. my wife got sick of me complaining. we saw the infomercial on tv and she said just call them and go and see what they have to say. the doctor made me feel real comfortable. how he looked at me when he was doing the look and where, how that was gonna work for me, it was like an artist. and that was, i was just like wow, i'm so glad i did it. i really am glad that i did the procedure. this is all my hair. this ain't goin' away. let's assume you've done your research and you want to take the next step. let's see what it's like to visit one of bosley's nationwide offices for a personalized, no cost, no obligat
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 6:00am PST
. i'm overwhelmed. >> so let's get michael back here. >> you got it. >> tell us which apartment you think she should choose. before we break, here's a sneak peek at what's coming up. >> the dining room here can seat up to 16 people. and the walls of glass shows case the patio. >> we used a great graph cloth wall paper and offset it with these oversized factory gears. >> just beyond me is our vegetable garden and one of the traditions is to come out here on sunday evenings and become our own tomatoes. i'm standing in my client's living space. she's looking for some glamour and pizzazz >>> welcome back. thousand we're taking you inside an architectural masterpiece in l.a. with walls of glass that look out over amazing views of the ocean and the mountains, this home is a can't miss. >> hello. i'm with coldwell banker and i want to bring you to beautiful la hoya, california. the architect designed this house to take full advantage of spectacular views of the beach. we're in the living room now. notice the curve lyinear design imported stone from italy. this house was designed to take fu
NBC
Dec 17, 2012 6:00pm PST
they'll come right up to our boat. we just stop. if they're coming towards us we just stop the boat. and sometimes they're just as curious about us as we are about them so actually that gets pretty exciting. as if on cue today, a humpback does a move called a "spy hop" to take a peek at the awe-struck sightseers.whoaaa! oh gosh seeing the humpback whales so close to the boat was just like indescribeable. it was wonderful. it took us a while to get out there, but when we finally got out there it seemed like everything broke loose and it was real exciting. everyone agrees they really did have -- what else? -- a whale of a good time. coming up, after that adventure at sea, you'll need a little wine country pampering.you're wrapped in hot steeping wine soaked towels. and later...they get part of the dream, part of the hopes, part of the stoke.the stoke of surfing and making wine, poured into one bottle. and if you're on facebook, join our fan page at facebook.com/inwinecountry. see you there. a heart attack? every 40 seconds someone has a stroke. but it doesn't have to be that way. eve
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 7:00am PST
babbitt. many of us dream of living and working in wine country - but how about actually setting up shop in the middle of a vineyard? we're at the home studio of artist lynn mahon, he's a sonoma county potter who works here in the grape vines. we'll get to know lynn and show you his work a little later in our show. but first, let's meet a sonoma county couple who also work among the vines. when luke porter launched porter-bass winery, he and his wife moved into a gypsy wagon in the middle of their vineyard. talk about roughing it.they don't even have plumbing. behind the label, what it takes to get a fledgling wine brand up and running.and keep it going. starting a new winery may seem exciting and fun, but when you get right down to it, it's a lot of hard work and sacrifice. would you take like this one off? yeah. just ask luke and elena bass. as a young couple starting our own business, we had to sort of prioritize our expenditures. so, everything goes to the winery. their "porter bass" winery here in california's sonoma county has no tasting room, nor a gift shop. just acres and acres
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 5:00am PST
know how to peg somebody. it brings us back it our childhood. >> dodgeball is a perfect sport for any adult that appreciates the absurdity of playing a game designed for children. as much as i don't want to say i enjoy hitting people with the ball, there's stress relief. >> it's a lot more area to where you can dive and not hurt yourself. >> it is probably the most you will sweat in a 30-minute period. >> hey! >> hi, howard. >> how are you? >> this is kevin. we're here to play dodgeball. not traditional dodgepal. >> let's do it -- no, the trampoline. three basic things to know -- catching, throwing, and most importantly, dodging. all right? let's start with throwing. look at that. you're a master already. i don't need to teach you anything. we encourage you, don't hit the face. aim for the crotch. it's a far more hilarious region, and everyone but the person that get hit will enjoy it. gravity is a harsh mistress. so if you keep jumping up and down while throwing, they're trying to time your jump. so that -- they'll throw at your peak and you'll land down. you want to jump a little, s
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